(who was then unknown to me to be accused of theft) walked up and looked wild and very excited felt me over the back made a jump and a wild holla, which roused the rest. There was a sense of urgency to the laying out of settlements as can be seen in relation to Bendigo Creek when Urquhart was instructed by Hoddle to 'cause every exertion to be made in completing the measurement of town and cultivation allotments at Sandhurst. For example, in Elphinstone parish, 4000 acres of country lots, 400 acres of suburban lots as well as urban allotments in Elphinstone township and the village of Taradale were surveyed. He also surveyed the volcanic hills around Dowling Forest and Glendaruel. Initially he had two assistant surveyors, one in the neighbourhood of Kyneton, the other between Castlemaine and Bendigo. But here I was in a land at that very time too rich for the sheep and thousands being melted for the fat. In his will, his wife Margaret was provided with an annuity of 500 a year. The committee then set their own rules, namely that 200 dorothy sayers work essay feet (60 metres) each side of Back Creek and the whole of the flat on each side of the creek be open to the digging community; that any damages to the fence would be made.
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23 Hoddle also requested to receive as soon as possible the descriptions of the township reserves marked at the junction of Forest and Barker's creeks, and also those of Saw Pit Gully, Porcupine Inn at Mt Alexander and Campbell's camping ground at Bullock Creek. In 1848 he surveyed about 2,000 acres of rich agricultural lands into suitably sized lots for farms of 80 to 200 acres each between Geelong and Point Richards; a line of road from Keilor to Pentland Hills through Bacchus Marsh; the Loddon River from Jim. So, how do we differ from other websites that write papers for you? 5, his staff at one stage included six assistant surveyors. I started to investigate his background only to discover that information about him was almost non-existent. On oddle informed Urquhart that, as Lieutenant-Governor La Trobe wanted a tracing from his survey of the Mt Alexander gold workings on a reduced scale, he was to complete his plan and forward it to Melbourne, accompanied by a report, and that on arrival. I believe that Mr Urquhart's health has suffered from the hardship and exposure encountered by him during the period alluded to, and think that he might be allowed to retire on the basis provided in the 44th section which would give him an annual allowance.